English Questions For DSSSB 2018 Exam: 10th May 2018

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Directions (1-5): In the following question, sentences are given with blanks to be filed in with an appropriate word(s). Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct alternative out of the four as your answer.

Q1. After receiving a windfall, the foolish man showed his ____________ by spending every dime on frivolous purchases.
(a) liturgy
(b) fatuity
(c) sagacity
(d) custom

Q2. He had endeavoured to ____________ them some assistance with their luggage.
(a) forfeit
(b) riddance
(c) procure
(d) gruff

Q3. I could see another storm cloud ____________ on the horizon.
(a) looming
(b) compensate
(c) retract
(d) wiped

Q4. Life got hard for John when he went blind but he just ____________ and never complained.
(a) moved
(b) finished
(c) soldiered on
(d) admired

Q5. The show was getting stale so they__________ it up with some new scenes.
(a) frigid
(b) jazzed
(c) left
(d) personified

Directions (6-10): In these questions, out of the four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentence.

Q6. The study of religion and religious ideas and beliefs
(a) Theocracy
(b) Theosophy
(c) Theology
(d) Theism

Q7. Dissection of a dead body to find out the cause of death
(a) Biopsy
(b) Investigation
(c) Surgery
(d) Autopsy

Q8. A person without training or experience in a skill or subject
(a) Chaplain
(b) Mason
(c) Artisan
(d) Novice

Q9. One who stays away from school without permission
(a) Pedant
(b) Supplicant
(c) Mendicant
(d) Truant

Q10. The act of killing a whole group of people, especially a whole race
(a) Patricide
(b) Parricide
(c) Matricide
(d) Genocide